Insurance Commissioner - Insurance - Annual Reports
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These annual reports include both general accounts of the growth of the insurance business in Georgia and the nation, and detailed accounts of the successes and failures of specific insurance companies. The earlier reports, those covering the years before 1920, include detailed accounts of each company's business dealings nationwide, but give few details concerning Georgia business, usually no more than the names of the companies, the type of insurance sold in Georgia, the home offices and names of agents. Interstate business information includes: (1) total amount of capital stock, (2) income, (3) disbursements, (4) ledger and non-ledger assets, (5) liabilities and business in force
Intrastate items include: (1) gross risks written, (2) net risks, (3) gross premiums, (4) net premiums, (5) losses paid, (6) bonds, (7) total Georgia investments
After 1920, the volume of information on intrastate business increases. Among the items in these reports is detailed information on the amount of money collected by each company from citizens of Georgia in premiums for each type of policy and how much of this money was repaid in liability claims. The reports deal primarily with companies engaging in the sale of Fire, Life, Fire and Marine (both commercial and mutual), Fraternal, Assessment, Employers Liability and Casualty Insurance policies.
- Created: 1896-1972
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The reports are arranged chronologically by year. Each volume contains a company name index. Some of these reports are combined with the Comptroller General's annual reports found in RGSGSERIES 8-1-14 and beginning with the fiscal year 1941-1942. See also RGSGSERIES 1-3-26, Bound and Unbound Semi-Annual Insurance Statements of the Governor's Office.
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